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Parents as Role Models

While television and other media have made it a practice to anoint well-known celebrities as positive role models for kids, the great majority of people still believe that parents should be the foremost role models of their children. The following is a compilation of various ways that can help parents become better role models for their kids. In terms of ...

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Yoga For Little Ones – Infants and Parents Reap Benefits of Yoga

Recently I was speaking with an expectant mom about yoga for kids. She mentioned that she would be interested in learning more in a couple of years once her oldest was into pre-school. I inquired, “Why wait? Even infants can do yoga.” She was completely amazed. I told her I had done yoga with my children and highly recommend it ...

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You are the parent of your way, I come to my parents!

Recently while at my daughters the first baseball game of the season was involved in a conversation between two fathers. I had no idea who these fathers were or who their children were. Just that their boys were on the same team as my daughter. Let me tell me that I am not in gossip, not a drama queen, not ...

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Five simple ways parents can prepare their children for the theater field

For teachers, field trips can be one of the most challenging times of the year. There are transports to coordinate, reserve to do and often a classroom full of rambunctious children to the corral. While theater field travel is a great way to reveal the young minds to art, keeping children focused throughout the performance can be tough. Here are ...

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Five simple ways parents can prepare their children for the theater field

For teachers, field trips can be one of the most challenging times of the year. There are transports to coordinate, reserve to do and often a classroom full of rambunctious children to the corral. While theater field travel is a great way to reveal the young minds to art, keeping children focused throughout the performance can be tough. Here are ...

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Making Friends – How Parents Can Help Their Children With Friendship

Some children have no problem. They start school and immediately have a bunch – a best friend, birthday party invitations, play dates, overnight stays. For other children, the school's social aspects can be difficult. Sometimes it is because the child has a diagnosis of Asperger's Disorder, Autism or Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder and sometimes the baby is just shy. As ...

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Why Should Parents Let Their Teenage Kids Travel With Friends?

More often than not you will come across parents who're ready to create a protective wall around their kids – never letting the child be independent. While protecting your child from whatever things you think are not necessary, it is also important to make sure that you child becomes a responsible individual. Since adolescence is the right age to teach ...

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Amazing gift ideas for new parents

A baby's arrival is a time of celebration and joy. New parents are flooded with gifts and children's exchanges, but they are often overwhelmed by the changes they face. If you know of a couple who have just received a new baby, you may be wondering what you can do to help them feel more comfortable with their new roles. ...

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Children and melanoma – what parents should know

Skin cancer is becoming increasingly common around the world with melanoma that affects a growing number of teenagers and young adults. In this situation, it is natural to ask yourself if your children are in danger and how to protect them. Find out everything you need to know so that you can take the most effective preventative measures. What is ...

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